Unable to get Inbound NAT/Port-forwarding to work for all servers (2611XM)
Have set up outbound NAT overload for Internet access and inbound NAT port-forwarding to approx. 18 servers in order to provide access to these servers on the Internet. I do the same configuration for all of the servers, but find that only a few of them are working...the rest are not. I have checked and rechecked my configuration, ACLs etc and cannot see what I have done wrong. I have searched and read everything I could find to try and resolve this problem, but am currently at a loss as to why only some work. Any suggestion as to how to troubleshoot this problem an/or assistance would be greatly appreciated.
xxx_distribution_1#sh ip nat stat
Total active translations: 1504 (0 static, 1504 dynamic; 1504 extended)
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